Ex-National Security Adviser Argues Subpoena Case Isn’t Moot

Hours after six House committees rolled out articles of impeachment, a former top adviser to President Donald Trump was in D.C. federal court Tuesday over a rescinded subpoena that he argues Democrats could revive in a Senate trial. 

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Ex-National Security Official Fights Bid to Toss Testimony Case

In a legal battle to determine if senior White House advisers are immune from testifying to Congress, John Bolton’s former deputy is arguing his case in D.C. federal court is not moot despite House Democrats pulling his impeachment subpoena. 

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Acting White House Chief of Staff Moves to Join Lawsuit Over House Subpoena

After refusing to comply with a subpoena and skipping out on scheduled testimony earlier in the day, acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney Friday night filed a motion to intervene in a pending lawsuit asking a court to determine whether the president’s advisers are required to testify in the House impeachment probe. 

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